From January 28, 2024
to February 4, 2024
From January 28 to February 4, 2024, the gallery will be taking part in BRAFA.
After two editions in the brick buildings of Tour & Taxis, the BRAFA will now move to Brussels Expo, near the Atomium, to host this event, eagerly awaited by collectors as the first art market highlight of the year.
The Paul Delvaux Foundation is the guest of honor at this 2024 edition, which commemorates the hundredth anniversary of the birth of Surrealism. A space at the Fair will be dedicated to the works of this major Belgian artist.
"Paul Delvaux developed a timeless body of work that eluded labels and ephemeral fashions. Rooted in an intriguing elsewhere, each work is nothing other than the visual concretization of dreams from his intimate world. He has bequeathed his works to us in the hope of taking us to a universe where dreams and reality merge, in a timeless space sheltered from noise, like an invitation to escape. The Foundation that bears his name was created in 1979, and the museum he helped create opened in 1982 in Saint-Idesbald, close to where he lived."
The gallery's stand will also feature an important work by Delvaux, La mise au tombeau, painted in the 1950s.
Other works by surrealist artists or those close to the movement will also be on offer, including drawings by Victor Brauner and Léon Tutundjian.
Dora Maar will also be in the spotlight, with some twenty works from the sale of her estate in the late 1990s.
The gallery will also be presenting works from the first half of the 20th century, its preferred period: a pastel by Odilon Redon, a painting by Henri Martin, a drawing by Degas, and works by Albert Marquet, Pierre Bonnard and Paul Jouve, among others, will make up our exhibition.
Finally, for the first time, we'll be offering Belgian enthusiasts the chance to discover a section of the Mediterranean in tapestry with the work of Laurence Aëgerter, whom we've begun showing in our new gallery on the sea at Malmousque.
We look forward to seeing you at our stand!